“Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami Won’t Be With Indian Team Forever,” Rohit Sharma Says of Developing Bench Strength

“Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami Won’t Be With Indian Team Forever,” Rohit Sharma Says of Developing Bench Strength. India captain Rohit Sharma has spoken about the importance of giving young players a chance in order to build a strong bench in the squad.

The Rohit Sharma-led Indian cricket team is in full preparation mode for the 2022 T20 World Cup, which begins in just over two months. The fact that India has not won an ICC title since 2013, adds to the significance of the mega-event in Australia. Given this, Team India is embarking on a series of international tours in order to perfect their act on the world’s biggest stage. Several young players recently given opportunities in order to provide backup for the senior players. The management of the Indian cricket team, according to captain Rohit Sharma, is focus on developing a strong bench.

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Me and Rahul bhai discussed how we will build our bench strength

“(Jasprit) Bumrah, (Mohammed) Shami, and the rest of the Indian team will not be around forever, so you must try to prepare the other players. Me and Rahul (Dravid) bhai discuss how we will build our bench strength, which will be critical given the amount of cricket we play, the injury factors, and everything else. ” The Indian Express quoted Sharma as saying.

“We never want to be a team that is dependent on one or two people; instead, we want to be a team where everyone can contribute and help the team win on their own. We want to be that kind of team, which is why we want to give the youngsters as many chances as possible, even though you have senior players around them. They may be of assistance.”

Sharma also state that players such as Shahbaz Ahmed and Rahul Tripathi are being given opportunities to gain confidence.

“The guys are getting exposure, and our goal is to build bench strength. Which is why there are a lot of players touring for the first time in Zimbabwe. Whether it’s Shahbaz Ahmed or Rahul Tripathi, and it’s a good exposure. They are exceptionally talented and will seize the opportunity. It’s all about building confidence at this point, which I’m sure they will. The most important thing is to play for your country “Sharma stated.

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